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The Comedy Cellar: Dan Evans, Amy Howerska, David Morgan, Jason Patterson
"The Comedy Cellar is the longest-running Comedy Club in the UK (outside of London). Established in 1986, it is one of the most cherished gigs on the circuit, beloved by audiences and acts alike.
Now in it's 31st year, under the direction of Simon Houlihan and Katherine Webb of The Comedy Company Ltd, the highly acclaimed club has played host to most of the big names in comedy and continues to bring the best new and established acts to Bracknell, every Friday.
Previous stars to have graced the stage include Al Murray, Harry Hill, Jo Brand, Alan Davies, Omid Djalili, Eddie Izzard, Harry Enfield, Jimmy Carr, Graham Norton, Dave Gorman, Greg Davies, Sarah Millican, Andy Parsons, Micky Flanagan, Tim Vine, Milton Jones, Vic Reeves, Rhod Gilbert, Katherine Ryan, Russell Howard and Joe Lycett."
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Excellent comedian from Edinburgh who has appeared frequently on TV.
For over a decade Dan’s twisted logic has been gladdening Stand-Up Comedy audiences across the UK and Ireland. He’s also performed his accessible but frequently childish surrealism in front of chubby perspiring ex-pats in Dubai and Oman, and had his grammar rectified by politer crowds in Germany and Holland.
'Original and Inventive' The Times
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Raised in Wales by a Polish, Irish, Catholic Jewish family, Amy's unique comedy styling's have seen her crowned one of the co-hosts of the legendary late night Edinburgh Fringe show Spank!, which she has also covered as a presenter of Dead Parrot's online coverage of the festival.
She has written for, and appeared as a panellist on, What's The Story? for BBC Radio Wales and her TV credits include The 50 Funniest Moments of 2012 (Channel 4), Richard Hammond's Secret Service (BBC1) and Doctors (BBC1).
'Amy Howerska’s tales of life in London and New York are sharply-observed and her comic timing is wickedly accurate' (Venue Magazine)
'Charming Welsh live wire' (London Is funny)
'Superb set, gnarly, gutsy, like ski jumping in the nude' (Phil Kay).
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Beginning his career with the sketch group Bachman Turner Improvise in 2005, David Morgan has become a regular compere on the circuit. His debut show Triple Threat was nominated for best new show at the 2011 Leicester Comedy Festival. He is known for his role as a co-presenter of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! NOW! and his appearances on ITV2's Safeword and BBC3's Sweat The Small Stuff, David Morgan has also enjoyed three award-nominated solo shows at the Edinburgh Fringe.
'Immensely likeable stage presence, a smart neat turn of phrase' (The Scotsman)
'Boundless energy and enthusiasm. Highly entertaining' (Gay Times).
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Comedian from MTV Base's comedy funhouse. His strong performances have led to him being nominated for Best Newcomer at the Black Entertainment Comedy Awards 2008. Jason covers a range of topics in his material from celebrities and relationships to gang culture and his parents.
'Brilliant observations backed by a perfectly measured delivery' (Comedy Central Live)
'Jason Patterson absolutely sounds the part. He's got a rich, deep voice that oozes confidence, and a perfectly measured delivery that gives him instant authority' (Chortle).
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